Sunred Solar Bike Is Way Cooler Than That Solar Scooter

Posted: Jun 26 2007, 4:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:31am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Sunred Solar Bike is Way Cooler than that Solar Scooter
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Not too long ago I was poking fun at a geeky looking solar powered scooter some dude built. Now a company called Sunred is showing off a solar powered motorcycle that looks pretty cool.

In fact, the Sunred bike reminds me a lot of the Tron Light bikes from the old flick. I’m betting from the looks of the panels that they aren’t usable when the bike is in motion. They appear to surround the controls of the bike.

Another reason I assume they are only in place during charging is that there are no cutouts for the rider’s feet, which would make it rather hard to stop. Anyway, the solar panels supposedly provide enough power for a 13-mile ride at 13 mph. Just don’t race any bicyclists and you will keep your ego. Via Sci Fi Tech

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